noun lo·ran \ˈlr-ˌan\

Definition of LORAN

:  a system of long-range navigation in which pulsed signals sent out by two pairs of radio stations are used to determine the location of a ship or airplane

Origin of LORAN

long-range navigation
First Known Use: 1932


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